The actor previously told ET he was 'very interested' in the idea of reprising his role as Tim 'The Tool Man' Taylor.
Tim Allen is still interested in renovating Home Improvement. The 70-year-old funnyman recently opened up about what a rebooted version of his hit '90s sitcom might look like, sharing that talks about a potential spinoff are ongoing.
"I see Richard Karn a lot," he told The Messenger in an interview published on Thursday, referring to his co-star who played Al Borland. "And I talk to the boys [Zachery Ty Bryan (Brad); Jonathan Taylor Thomas (Randy); and Taran Noah Smith (Mark)] ...and I'm there as one of their friends. We keep talking about [a spinoff]."
Allen played Tim Taylor on the ABC show from 1991 to 1999, with Patricia Richardson co-starring as his wife, Jill Taylor.
"It's funny, one of the conversations we've had recently is how weird it would be if Home Improvement would be about the kids' kids," Allen continued. "Like if all of them had children, and I'm a grandparent. Home Re-Improvement or something like that. It's come up."
This isn't the first time Allen has suggested dusting off his Home Improvement toolbelt. Back in 2018, amid the success of a rebooted Roseanne, he told ET exclusively that he was " very interested" in the idea of reviving Home Improvement and/or Last Man Standing, which aired on ABC from 2011 to 2017 and then on Fox from 2018 to 2021.
This could be the most exciting reboot since 'Roseanne,' so let’s keep our fingers crossed. There's a real need for more wholesome TV shows, and with Tim Allen at the helm, we can expect a return to good old-fashioned American entertainment.